Navigare partners with Fraser Yacht Sales

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Fraser Yacht Sales of Vancouver, B.C., has joined Navigare Yachting as a partner dealer. The agreement will provide the ability to place new catamarans and sailing yachts into Navigare’s charter fleet in the British Virgin Islands, the Mediterranean and Thailand.

Established in the mid-1990s, Fraser Yacht Sales is a dealer for Jeanneau and Lagoon in British Columbia.

“Navigare’s success was built upon providing the best level of service and customer care in the charter industry,” Phillip Winter, partner manager for Navigare Yachting USA, said in a statement. “We owe it to our clients to select the most customer-centric dealers in the Americas to support our growth. Our newest alliance with Fraser Yacht Sales honors this pledge.”

Ian Fraser, founder and owner of Fraser Yacht Sales, added, “More and more of our clients are considering buying their next yacht in a charter program. Navigare has earned a solid reputation as a charter operator, and offers very attractive programs: aggressive guaranteed returns, a flexible reciprocity program to sail anywhere in the world, and documented maintenance on all yachts.”

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